New Things To Do This Summer in Pigeon Forge
As always, the fun never stops in Pigeon Forge. And this summer will be no exception. The city is continuously stepping up to the plate to keep family fun and entertainment up-to-date and alive. With every visit, there are always more new things to do in Pigeon Forge.
Check out these new things to do this summer in Pigeon Forge and add them to your must-do vacation list:
Ramsey Hotel and Convention Center
New Places to Stay
The Ramsey Hotel and Convention Center is a 4-star boutique hotel, perfect for holding business meetings and conferences. The hotel features a heated pool, whirlpool, movie night screen and fire-pit, cocktail lounge and game room.
Try out a brand-new hotel experience at Tru by Hilton featuring family-friendly accommodations, a rooftop terrace, indoor saline pool, outdoor pool with waterslide and water features and more.
Yee-Haw Brewing Company
New Places to Eat and Drink
Yee-Haw Brewing Company is a production brewery and taproom that offers ales and lagers, including Yee-Haw’s World Beer Cup award-winning Dunkel, as well as seasonal and high-gravity beers. The brewery is one of the newest additions at The Island in Pigeon Forge, a retail, dining, lodging and entertainment complex.
Gaucho Urbano Brazilian Steakhouse is the city’s first traditional Brazilian steakhouse with churrasco-style dining. Guests will have the opportunity to sample over 40 items from our Harvest and Chef’s Table as well as 12 cuts of meats cooked at our Brazilian grill and served at your tableside by our Gaucho Chefs.
Pink Jeep Tours
New Attractions to Visit
Pink Jeep Tours offers unforgettable excursions and up-close encounters with the beauty and splendor of the Great Smoky Mountains. PINK® Jeep® Wranglers are customized from top to bottom to provide unique off-road capabilities.
Make sure a visit to see the Collection of Titanic Lifejackets is on your list. Only 12 lifejackets are known to exist, and beginning July 1st, seven lifejackets from collectors worldwide will be on display at Titanic Museum Attraction in Pigeon Forge for the first time in history.
And Dollywood’s newest expansion, Wildwood Grove is now open. The area features 11 new experiences for guests which include a suspended family roller coaster called the Dragonflier and several more new rides, as well as a 55-foot-tall Wildwood Tree, live entertainment, the Till & Harvest restaurant and a variety of indoor and outdoor play areas.
The National Enquirer Attraction is also new, and features 90 years of history in more than 20,000 square feet of display space. Guests will have the opportunity to learn the story behind the story as told through more than 100 interactive exhibits with state-of-the-art technology, including the Paparazzi Camera, Human Kaleidoscope, Live the Life of a Celebrity, Create Your Own Front Page, Dance with Your Favorite Celebrity and more.
Paula Deen’s Lumberjack Feud Show
New Shows to See
Paula Deen’s Lumberjack Feud Show features competitive lumberjack events such as axe throwing, chopping, sawing, speed climbing and log rolling. After the show, check out the Lumberjack Adventure Park which offers a ropes course, extreme zipline, roller coaster, an 80-foot-tall jump tower and an aerial kids’ playground.
Watch as Crimson and Sapphire pirates battle on deck, in the water, and in the sky above their full-sized ships in a 15-foot-deep indoor lagoon at the all new Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show. The show also features a four-course pirate feast.
With so many new things to do this summer in Pigeon Forge, its time to get packing for that vacation!!